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Hēran Soun On Tour Now in Support of #SAVEOURSTAGES

Like many artists, Hēran Soun was planning to tour this fall, in support of his debut LP, Undeaf, releasing October 9th. Since he couldn’t do a traditional tour, he decided to help out those venues that are closed. He’s driving across the country, in support of the #SAVEOURSTAGESACT. We need Congress to pass this bill. And the more people talking about it, the better!

Check out Hēran Soun’s most stop was in Detroit, MI, where he covered Russ’ “Cherry Hill” in front of the mighty Majestic Theater.

Check it out below. To see the rest of the videos (featuring covers of James Blake ft. Bon Iver, boygenius, Chance The Rapper, Neil Young and more, go to Hēran Soun’s YouTube page here.

Davidson, Ethan Daniel

Ethan Daniel Davidson’s Come Down Lonesome is a haunting journey through the dark passages and deserted plains of Americana. On his latest studio album, Davidson pays homage to American folk traditions and legends with reimagined songs by Blind Reverend Gary Davis, Mississippi John Hurt, Bob Dylan, and Cowboy Joe Babcock, along with traditional songs and his original songs. Davidson’s own finely crafted compositions place him squarely in this esteemed lineage. But, not one to be confined by tradition, his albums reveal a troubadour with an adventurous spirit.

Produced by his wife, Gretchen Gonzales Davidson of Slumber Party, and Warren Defever of His Name Is Alive, Davidson creates sonic landscapes that blanket the rural South and West in a psychedelic haze. On the Dylan cover “I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine” Davidson’s wistful vocals pierce through crackling guitars and feedback, like a transmission from the distant past, while hints of noir inflect “The Longest Train,” a tale of murder and punishment, as he sings “Diminish me/Come finish me.” The traditional “Leaving Cheyenne” brings to mind Willie Nelson and Emmylou Harris, and the spare “I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water” closes the album not with a bang but with quiet reflection. It sees Davidson at his plaintive best, with just a guitar and his voice.

One of the great folk singer-songwriters working today, Ethan Daniel Davidson’s music takes its listeners far beyond his native Detroit, through America’s musical past and into realms of mortality and myth, love and loneliness

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